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    Default Logging in to access point

    Hi
    I purchased a new D-Link access point and it requires you to log into it's system via 192.168.0.50.
    However if I type the address in Firefox or Chrome, it does not see the item. My network is set up as DHCP

    How do I connect?
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    Default Re: Logging in to access point

    Quote Originally Posted by Alastairo View Post
    Hi
    I purchased a new D-Link access point and it requires you to log into it's system via 192.168.0.50.
    However if I type the address in Firefox or Chrome, it does not see the item. My network is set up as DHCP

    How do I connect?
    Hi
    Is this a router for you network of just a wireless access point connected via ethernet?

    As long as you ip address is 192.168.0.xxx then you should be able to ping it? You are trying to connect via ethernet, if not try that (turn off wireless temporarily).
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